MHF Needs Your Help to Continue Wild Horse AdoptionsThe Mustang Heritage Foundation (MHF) mission is to increase adoption of wild horses held in the Bureau of Land Management's corrals and long term holding facilities. The BLM is currently responsible for more than 50,000 horses in short term and long term care.
This year, 2013, brought unexpected challenges to MHF. Due to federal budget sequestration, the Foundation experienced significant BLM funding cuts. Two Extreme Mustang Makeover events were cancelled and the Trainer Incentive Program (TIP) has been put on hold.
Historically, MHF has promoted the Mustang's versatility, trainability, and worth as an equine companion through innovative and exciting gentling programs and competitions including Extreme Mustang Makeovers, Mustang Million, Youth and Yearling Mustang Challenges, Youth "Camp Wildfire," and the Trainer Incentive Program. Over 5,500 American Mustangs have been adopted through the Mustang Heritage Foundation since 2007.
The Mustang Heritage Foundation can survive and continue to expand events and programs with your financial support. Your contribution will allow the Foundation to continue to produce wild horse training programs, education, and events for youth and adults.
The Mustang Heritage Foundation's continued impact on Mustang adoption is uncertain. By contributing to "Mustang Nation," your tax-deductible contribution will assist in finding quality homes for wild horses through education and experience. Thank you for joining the Mustang Nation!
The Mustang Heritage Foundation is a 501 C 3, IRS, Charitable Organization and contributions are tax deductible as allowed by law. No goods or services were provided by the organization in return for contributing.